Janes International Security Intelligence Digest
05 October 2001
Why was Russia's intelligence on Al-Qaeda ignored?
Back in March Moscow's Permanent Mission at the UN submitted to the UN Security Council an unprecedentedly detailed report on Al-Qaeda's terrorist infrastructure in Afghanistan, but the US government opted not to act. To find out why - and to discover the astonishing degree of information contained in that report - buy the latest special issue of Jane's Intelligence Digest online for just $36.
Jane's Intelligence Digest's analysis of this Russian report, leaked from the highest levels of the UN, uncovers the following revelations:
The breathtaking extent of intelligence data tabled by the RussiansWith Western leaders now discussing the concept of a Palestinian state, the chances for brokering an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal in the current climate
The effects of the growing international coalition against terrorism for the nations of the Commonwealth of Independent States
Beyond the need for increased funding and emphasis on human intelligence on the ground, the war on terrorism's requirement for a solid, permanent political commitment as a requisite for success.
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